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22 per cent increase for Sofa IFA search tool

The number of people using the Society of Financial Advisers&#39 IFA search facility rocketed by 22 per cent during the first three-quarters of this year.

The service, which only lists IFAs who have completed at least the AFPC, performed 33,148 searches, up from 25,855 over the same period last year.

Managing director Brian Lawless says: “This is a valuable service for our members but more importantly it has proved to be a valuable resource for members of the public who are looking for an adviser with specific qualifications.”

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